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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday robruary II. lt Page 4 Reservation Cagers Try HPC Here Then There Whin the Redskin baskcteus take the h.ndwoods against the How aid P.iync Yellow jackets in Indi m Gvm tnmnnow nifiht at 8 p ni the situation will be miuh diffumt thin it was at the two quintet s list nieitinR at kast so f.n is sen-tin .ind Tixis Confer- enti st Hiding are eomnnid Going into the Jan 31 tilt at Brownwood the Indiant held second place in the con- ference with four wins and one loss which the Yellow Jackets rested below the Tribe partly because of a McM victory over the Sting- ers in the opening TC game for both. Since that tunc the Jackets hii lome up the Indians have gone down How aid Payne is cur- icntly holding second place by virtue of scen wins and three losses while MeMurry has bloop- cd to fourth with four wins in ten stirts The two teams retain the idmtual spots in season standings Chance for McMury's keeping ACC from the league ciown arc mil and Howard Payne's will be like...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

Thursday. February 19. 1953 The WAR WHOOP Pag 5 McMurry Tribesters Feel Claw Of ACC Wildcats 55-47 Deputation Program Given At Caps Church Caps Methodist Chinch west of Ahilcno had n McMurrv deputa- tion tmm Sunday foi the morn- ing an devonine; soi vices Accompanied on the trip In Di Otis G Caincs director of icIirious life mmebcis of the Uam were Judv Duvall Lucv Richmond Rom Blev Dcloios Iivinc Wavno Daniel Ralston Btucc and Bmco Willis W O FillinRini McMuiry min- isterial student is pistoi of the Caps cluuch A hard-fighting but ncverthe- kss outclassed McMuiry Indiin fic fell to powerful Abilene Chiistian College in Rose Field House Friday 55-47 as the roaring TC lcadcts ran their conference win streak to nine games The gam in opener of a two-game aariaa on tha Har- dln-Slmmons neutral court ave tha WUdcata thair 33rd victory in 41 atarta over tha Redskins It waa played bo fora approximately 2.500 basketball-hungry fans aa tha Abilana caga classic of tha Mason. Failure of the Tr...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. February It. 15 Page s DEVOTIONAL God's Power Fop my thouohtt nre not your thought! neither are your wys my ways taith the Lord. For Ai the henveni are hiohrr than the earth o are my ways higher than your wayi. and my thought than your thoughts." Isalih 65 8-9 One biiKht Minng afternoon I stood in the Gulf of Mexiro and felt the powei of the waves surg- ing at my feet. 1 looked out ncioss the Gulf and all I rould see was a va.st .imount of water. The thought came to me that this was a part of God's work and a vciy .small amount of it. It is .so easy for us to take God fot gi.mtcd. If we could stop for a moment and icalic the things that nio God Riven we could sec just how poweiful God really is. One of our gieatcst needs today is to realize the vastness of God His thoughts arc higher than our thoughts His Tower is supreme. Sometimes we become so busy with our school activities that we foiget the most important thing. After all how did we get the op- portunity...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

The War Whoop Tomorrow Marks Galleon Deadline VOLUME XXX ABILENE THESE ARE THE McMURRY CHANTERS who leave tomorrow on lour. In all tholr 30-year his- tory the choral group has novor befora devoted an entire tour to parfonnancea in Now Mtxlco. Dlractor U Dr. Richard C. von End. Chanters On Tour The Chanters mixed choral group leave to morrow on a tour through New Mexico. Though the Chanters have given numerous performances in New Mexico this will be the first time in their 30-year history to devote an entire tour to the state. During the tour which extends until March 6 they will give 14 programs in 11 New Mexico towns as follows: Fob. 27 First Methodist Church. Ft. Sumnar. Fab. 28 Harwood Metho- dist Church. Albuquarqua. March 1 Cantral Methodist Church. Albuquarqua; Trin- ity Mathodist Church Albu- quarqua. March 2 Socorro High Red Cross Chairmen Plan Campus Drive Plans for the 1953 Red Cross fund drive have been arranged GOOD THING PERCY DIDN'T LOSE HIS HEAD Miss Willie Mae Christ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

WTi The WAR WHOOP Thursday. February M W liuddup!" ' "Be qui it so I can stud !" That's something jou seldom hear around the dorms Evcrjbodj's no busy living it up with great exuberance that nobod.v has time to think of an thing bo trivial as studying I've got a test in Texas government tomorrow but it can wait Right now I've got to toss a rock through Humperdinck 's transom beiause lie poured sulfuric acid in my Listcrinc bottle There's Smith tr.ving his best to catch up on his accounting. Maybe I shouldn't mnke a disturbance out here in the hall. Still this '11 just take a minute and then he can work accounting to his heart's content and I'll get on those government notes. Crash! eocs Humncrdmck's transom and glass flies every where Needless to say Humperdinck is quite hacked. A war of words ensues and cvcr.vbotly on our floor hears if not every- body in the whole dorm "You started the whole thing" I shout "when you poured sulfuric acid in my Listcnne bottle!" "Oh yeah?" Humperdin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

ThwiMr. February M. IMS 1WWAKWI00P James Kirby President of Circle K Leads Group in Campus Project James Kirby one of the more outstanding religious leaders on the cafpus is president of Mc- Murry's Circle K Club which is one of 40 such organizations re- cently formed in the United States. Kirby a junior student from Pampa should be well versed on the subject of service which is the purpose of Circle K Clubs. He is president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship of the North- west Texas Conference treasurer of Christian Foundation a mem- ber of Ko Sari social club and Sigma Tau Delta. After stating that Circle K was a service organization Kirby com- mented "You will see it exhibited during Clean Up Week which will be the first week in March! Also we have been asked and have accepted to help during the Willson lectures March 10-13." Being president of Circle K is a new job for Kirby and the club itself is also new in many respects. McMurry's history shows that Circle K is the first servi...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

Dm WAR WHOOP Thursday rT n. iw McMurry !J Redskins Stagger HPC Flag Hopes Win 72-62 McMurry's hustling Indian cag- crs played "brothcr-in-law" to ancient rival Abilene Christian in Indian Gym Friday by wham- ming the second-place Howard Payne Yellow Jackets 72-62 and all but throwning up a stone wall between the Jackets and the Texas Conference flag Coach Mel JoweU's charges turned in perhaps their bast performance of the season catching fir in the second period to go on to their first win in ix starts of late. The Redskins trailed 19-21 at the first quarter mark but caught up at 29-29: the tenth and last time the score was to be knot- ted. Fiom that point it was all McM as eager-boavcr Bill Anderson stopped the sconng of TC leader Bill Walls Call Jnwcll began to intsh his shots nnd a Jim Jou ell- Don Taylor combination began to monopmrc the backboards al- though coach Benny Williams had a couplt of 6 6 1 ids on the hard woods chief of whom was Damon Miller Another highlight was the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

ThuHaar. February U. INS Tkt WAR WHOOP 9wm 2t GUUfl tUpWnUd Mildred Akens to Compete In FTA Sweetheart Contest Mildred Akens will compete with coeds from 28 colleges and universities over the state for the title of "Miss Future Teacher of Texas." Winner of the contest is to be named at the state convention of the Future Teachers of America scheduled for March 26-28 on the McMurry campus. Candidates will appear twice before the convention judges once dressed formally another time in street attire. Also each will give a 10-minute speech on "Why I Have Chosen the Teach- ing Profession." Tha tanlativa praftaa far tha tut aaaattaf to packed full of workshop buslaaaa aawlMM. partita baifaacuaa ad tha final raumdup barn uat what tk mtaOuait will ba pcaaamaai. Dr. Andrew W. Hunt head of the McMurry education depart- ment it directing preparations for the meeting as he was elected state sponsor at the spring con- vention last year. Judy Duvall president of McMurry's chapter of FTA to the stu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1953

Pat I The WAR WHOOP Thursday Fabmatr H. liM DEVOTIONAL On Testimony So ory raio yho iirknnwItilKPii mc IipFoip turn I will iiniknnwlt-riw before l I'athrr who In In hnirn; tnt who- ver ill nl mo hi fore men I nlm will deny before in) Father who Is In him in Mntt. 10.S2-.13 (IISV). A boy six years old who had been deprived of the power of speech from birth was submitted to an operation and surprised his nurses by requesting a glass of water thus proving that the at- tempt to give him his missing faculty had been succccssful. A previous examination had reveal- ed the fact that the parietal bone was pressing upon the vocal cen- ters of his brain. The surgeons decided that an operation on the bone which would relax this pressure might work the desired result. It is interesting to note that through the faculty of hearing this boy had acquired an intellect- ual apprehension of the forms of speech and needed only the re- moval of the retarding cause to enable him to utter his wants in inte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

McM College Celebrates 10 Years Progress lIBfilifllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH krj-r- -.iijMLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM THIS SINGLE PICTURE reveals partially why McMurry Collage pauses to celebrate 10 vean of progress under the administration of Dr. Harold G. Cooke With the "Builder" President in the foreground four permanent buildings constructed during his tenure are shown in the background. Beginning at the left are Gold Star Dormi tory for Men. Iris Graham Memorial Dining Hill President Hall Dormitory for Women and Radford Memorial Student Life Center. Chanters Return From Week's Tour Of New Mexico Chanters mixed choral group returned Friday from a week's tour of New Mexico Though they had given numer- ous performances in the state this was the first time in their 30 years of existence to devote an entire tour to New Mexico During the tour the Chanters appeared in Ft Sumner Albu- querque Socorr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Thursday. March IS. IMS Page i The WAR WHOOP NOW IN EIGHTH YEAR Floydadans Sponsor Lectures RADFORD MEMORIAL STUDENT LIFE CENTER wu the final building in Dr. Cooke's program. Valued at $600000. tha equlp- ment alone it worth $162000. Tha auditorium haa a Beating capacity of 1400. A Skinner organ it in tha auditorium. Alto included In the building are a tocial hall recreation facilities club rooms and a prayer chapel. J4i A Juream Came ZJt rue "More is to arise one of the great colleges of America" proclaimed Dr. Harold G. Cooke to the throng that attended the ceremonies that marked his inauguration on Sept. 14 1943 as sixth president of McMurry College. 'Through your prayers jour interest and aid it shall he done." "The time has now come in the good providence of Clod for Mc.Murr.i to take the place she is destiined to occupy in the eiiltur.il'life ot this territory and in the developing life of the Methodist Chinch." Ten ears hae passed since then and Dr. Cooke's predic- tion has h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

I Thursday. March 12. 1M3 The WAR WHOOP Pf 3 ' SOCIETY: IHR Opens Season of Banquets With Eighty-Three Attending Guests were nsked to join the oage of the ' Ship Neophyte ' as pledges of IHR presented their program Satin day week at the clubs' annual spung banquet held in the Wootm Hotel IHR began the spring social club banquet sr ison for McMuir) Bill Wae Sission IHR Rig Chief presided at the banquet with the seventeen Neophytes picscnting the piogiam At one end of the banquet loom was docked he Ship Neophyte" Constructed as a private ship the Ncophjtc was actual size built of cardboard and painted with symbols of a private ship Pledges were dress- ed as privates Highlighting the program was the traditional presentation of a gift to a club member and a Neophyte who had the highest grade averages of their groups Edidc Hodges junior was pre- sented with a gift for highest ranking member while Chuck Hynds was iccogmzcd as Neo- phyte with highest average. Members and guests attending t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Pag 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. March 12. 1153 Cooke Accepts Challenge; Builds McMurry College It is in Ntptimbu V)2 th it IJi ( ool (. 11(1 Ins Will IIIOU up to tin Mi Mm i i iitipus mil si7i it it up tin tin Tiist turn IIhic w is not much to look it in thosi dis 1 lit i c win li ilf i ili)7i n buildings oni mcompli tt i in timpoiiix ii (1 on tin pm rithu in m til of i tp in Onh tlu Adiiunisti ition Building w is i colli li tdifite wot tin of thi n nut Tli it was now MiMuir and its tut president Di Cooke mtt There was a lot of doubt to be erased in the mind and heart of the president-to be before he could sec his way to take on the job as president of such a college At that time Dr. Cooke was happily situ- ated as the district super- intendent of both the San An- gelo and Llano Methodist districts of the Southwest Texas conference. He was frank to tell the McMurry trustees that he didn't think they had much of a college and also that he was no col- lege president It w is Bishop riank...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Thursday March 12. 1153 The WAR WHOOP Pag 8 McMurry Carillon Dedicated Today A nu ti ulition will be bot n this afternoon when the Mi- Mmivs cmillon fust linns out Stuulmg .it the footoftht towti whuh houses the 31) bionrp bills President 11 u old G Cooke will form ill dedieato the c.inllon at 4 4ri p m Wendell Wcsteott noted c.iril- lonneui fiom MichiRtin State Col- lege will present a dedicatory concert on the carillon The program will include in national hymn. "America" followed by "At Maria" (Schubert). '"Cradla Song" (Brahms). "Da Campiown Races" "Old Folks at Homo." "Baautiful Dreamer" (Foster) "Cou Cou" prelude (Van Den Cheyn) ."Doxology." "Rock of Ages" "O God Our Help in Ages Past." "Abide With Me" "On Fine Day" from Madame Butterfly (Puccini) "Dense Sacree" (Debussy). "Evening Bells" (Lefevere) The concert will close with the McMurry "Alma Mater." Had foul Metnor.nl Student Life Center now houses the largest bell set in the Southwest South- ern Methodist Universit and Midw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Paft The WAR WHOOP Thuwday. March IS. 1SS3 FEATURED SPEAKER for convocation is Bishop W. Angia Smith (far laft top row) of tht Ntw Mexico-Oklahoma area. Others to participate on the program are left to right. Bishop Paul E. Martin of the Arkansas-Louisiana area: Bishop H. A. Boas. Dallas; Bishop Charles C. Selecman. Dallas: Sec- ond row Dr. John Gross executive secretary Methodist Board of Education. Nashville. Tenn.: Dr. Umphrey Lc president of Southern Methodist University; Dr. C. Q. City University: Dr. Cooke. Lectures Bring Leaders In Methodism to Campus WilLson lectures have brought to McMurry as speakers a group of the leading figures in Metho- dism among them being Bishop Charles C. Selecman Bishop Hiram A. Boaz Bishop Paul E. Martin Dr. Umphrey Lee and Dr. John O. Gross. Bishop Selecman was born in Savannah Mo. He attended col- lege at Central College in Mis- souri and received honorary D.D. degrees from Univcrstiy of Southern California Kentucky Wcsleyan and Central College...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Awui i M-WJ-JWWTv Thursday. March 12 1853 The WAR WHOOP PtftT IN BORDER OLYMPICS Nine McM Thinly-Clads To Compete At Laredo McMurry Sports-Site By WILL Laredo opens his arms for the Border Olympics and welcomes the representatives of about 60 colleges junior colleges and high schools; among whom will be the McMurry Indian trackmen. More than 1000 individual en- tries arc expected to sec action on the South Texas cindcrpath. While the locals arc by no means destined to walk away with many blue ribbons Coach Wilford Moore will get a chance to see how the maroon and whitc-clads stack up against other members of the Texas Conference. The Olympics is a Southwest classic and closely watched by schools in this sector as a predictor of "things to come." Talking to one of the track- sters Sports Site learned that one of the most popular events at Laredo is the "Border-dash" a very special event. It is run off after dark and the competitors compete in street clothes. The object is to run acro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1953

Pat The WAR WHOOP Thursday March 12. 1153 THE QUADRANGLE A one-'tory frama building rebuilt from meterial supplied from Camp Berkeley the Quadrangle is cast and slightly south of the Administration Building. It houses the de parimenls of business administration chemistry physics publicity and journalism. 'Pictura' Appraised by Critics For Fine Art Music and Filming Wc ns students at McMurry have had manv opportunities thu. year to attend fine programs which have been brought to Abi- lene and have been given in our own Student Center Auditorium Probably one of the gieatest such opportunities will be the film "Pictura" to be shown Sat- urday evening at 8 p m in the Student Center. "Pictura Adventure in Art" the fint Amencan produced feature length art film is something that offers us a fine cultural expei- ience. Beautiful modern music provides a background and feat- ured is Andres Segovia world's greatest guitarist. Taking us on a strange and exciting voyage into human imagination th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1953

The War Whoop ABILENE MISS LESTER Muriel Lester Speaks Tonight At Foundation "What Is Prayer?" will be Mur- iel Lester's subject at Christian Foundation tonight at 7:30. McMurry students are ac- quainted with Miss Lester from this morning's chapel service where she spoke on "The Com mon Man Confronts Doom." A mimbtt of the Secretar- iat of the International Fel- lowship of RoconcUllatlon. Mist Letter is a world-known octal worker author and traveler in the interest of peace. Her tour was arrang- ed by the American Friends Service Committee. Within the past few months Miss Lester has lectured in Mex- ico Japan Kenya Lebanon Turkey Switzerland and Ger- many. Her commitment to the cause of peace and reconcilia- tion has taken her six times around the world. Miss Lester began her ca- reer with the founding of the famous Kingsby Hall Settlement House in the Bow section of London in 1915. She later was elected alderman from Poplar. Dur- ing her career. Miss Lester was for many years a fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1953

Thursday. Much II. IMS The WAR WHOOP Square Jbeal" off to Qood JtW The new Eisenhower "square deal" seems to be off to a good start in the new 83rd Congress. The new course of action to be followed is of course outlined in the State of the Union" message delivered by the president January 2. There was a list of issues touched on in the message that were deemed as "musts" for the new administration. From 4Vic Uc an ninunn nnint Wislntive or o cram was developed. 1. Reorganization of executive departments and agencies. 2. Appropriation bills to be ready for action not later than May 15. 3. Statehood for Hawaii. A Amnnrtmnntc n tho 5. Limited extension of some nl1nntinnc in ritirnl sitllfltinns. 6. Tidelands oil land ownership which will prorjarjiy mean return of control of offshore oil deposits to the states. 7. Extension of reciprocal trade act. 8. Action to simplify customs procedures. 9. Extension of old age survivors insurance to cover groups presently excluded. 10. Extension of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1953

Thunday. Match It. IMS The WAR WHOOP Page 8 Indian Cinder men Enter All-College WT Relays McMurry will split its Track and Field squad this weekend in order to participate in two major meets instead of one part of Coach Wilford Moore's crew will Journey to Southwest Texas State College at San Marcos to compete in the traditional All- College Meet and others of the team will turn westward to enter the annual West Texas Relays at Odessa. The "maroon and white" thlnly-clads captured second place at last year's All-College event with a total of 30 points: being beaten out only by host Southwest Texas. Richard Adams now serving at Moore's assistant copped two firsts last year In the 80 and mile: setting a new record In the latter event. Bobby Carter since graduat- ed won the 100yard dash and Jack Chubb still a mem K0 SARI TESTS FR0SHKIVA Men's intramural basketball re- sumed "it's merry way" this week wtih two games following a week of "non-participation" dur- ing the annual Willson Lect...

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